Nuits Saint Georges 1er Cru Murgers・Butterfield・2019

Product name: Nuits Saint-Georges Lumier Cru Murger

Producer name: Butterfield

Variety: pinot noir

Region: France > Burgundy

Category: red

Capacity: 750ml


(The following is from the importer materials)
Murget is located in the northern part of Nuits-Saint-Georges, near Vosne-Romanée.

A complex and powerful aroma with fresh black and red fruits, spice and floral notes, and mineral depth. Smooth yet concentrated and pleasant texture and expansive fruit flavors overlap with fine tannins. The finish is wrapped in a pleasant profound feeling, and you can enjoy a long lingering sound.

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The "B" on the label stands for "Beaune," "Beautful," and "Butterfield."

Producer David Butterfield from Toronto
Toronto native David Butterfield inherited his passion for wine from his parents, who loved the land and wine of Burgundy. When he first visited Burgundy at the age of 16, he decided, ``I will never look back. Making great wine is my goal.'' Later, David moved to France and first studied brewing at the brewing school in Beaune, then further training at Deux Montille, Domaine de Chassolnay, etc. In 2004, he launched a négociant business, and in 2005, he finally released his long-awaited wine made by his own hands to the world. His idea of ​​winemaking is to capture the essence of the terroir. He goes so far as to say, ``It's important that the energy of the terroir is contained in the wine, otherwise it is meaningless.''

Pursuing the “beauty of Beaune”
In his first vintage, he suddenly created a wonderful wine. Only 2400 pieces produced. Filled with his thoughts, the result is a wine with a pleasant texture that spreads throughout the mouth and is reminiscent of Meursault. It was already popular at restaurants in Beaune, where wine producers gather, and most of the wine was consumed within Beaune, making it difficult to find it outside of Beaune the following year. The unique shape of the label ``B'' represents his thoughts on the words ``Beaune,'' ``Beautiful,'' and ``Butterfield.'' This wine, filled with his passion for pursuing the ``beauty of Beaune'', will continue to grow without disappointing expectations.